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Kellyanne Conway: Kavanaugh Allegations Feel Like Left-Wing Conspiracy
I'm willing to bet you have a sneaking suspicion these Kavanaugh allegations aren't what they seem. Well, you're not alone. Pretty much everyone who isn't a lefty butt nugget with an ulterior motive is starting to call shenanigans on these claims of Brett's supposed Reagan-era rapery.
With the key players on the accuser's side having leftist ties and the convenient lack of evidence, Kellyanne Conway is coming right out and saying it. This reeks of a conspiracy.
"This is starting to feel like a vast left-wing conspiracy," says @Kellyannepolls on new accusations against Brett… https://t.co/9cj74qRPCS— CBS This Morning (@CBS This Morning) 1537787599.0
Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway said on Monday that the sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are “starting to feel like a vast left-wing conspiracy.”
Kavanaugh has been accused of groping a girl at a high school party and exposing himself to another girl at a college dorm party. Kavanaugh has categorically denied that either incident occurred.
“Indeed this is starting to feel like a vast left-wing conspiracy,” Conway said on CBS’ “This Morning.” “The New York Times says they interviewed dozens of people … over the last couple of weeks trying to verify the second accusation and they couldn’t go forward with the reporting.”
“Not because they’re supportive of [President] Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, but because they have some standards,” Conway continued.
Kellyanne is saying what we've been thinking all along. Nothing about this case adds up. We've got a ragtag group of "Resistance" soldiers surrounding a woman who claims she was the victim of Brett's almost-rape. Except everyone from the event seems to have amnesia. The accuser can't remember the time or place and the "witnesses" she's naming seem to have no recollection of any rapening. How convenient.
As this keeps unfolding, we'll probably see more people get onboard the conspiracy train. There seems to be a concerted effort to stall Kavanaugh's confirmation and to trash his name. Judging from Kellyanne Conway's remarks and the interesting factoids coming to light, I don't think anyone's falling for it.